Sprinting is pretty useful in video games. Being able to temporarily increase your speed can help close gaps between you and an enemy. It’s also a helpful tool for escaping. In Grand Theft Auto games, it also makes an appearance. Don’t try to run after cars though, you will lose them. Anytime a character you need to chase during a mission uses a car, you should always use a car to chase them. you should only really use the sprint in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City if you’re rushing to grab a rare car that spawned before it drives away; or if you’re trying to get into cover.
To use the sprint in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City‘s remaster, you will need to know the control scheme for your platform. Here are the controls. Hold down Space on PC to sprint. The button on Switch is B. On PlayStation platforms, you should hold X. On Xbox game systems, hold down A. The Sprint only lasts a short time, so make it count.
The classic crime-action franchise, Grand Theft Auto, is getting a major re-release this week. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – Definitive Edition will be a full remaster of the classic game. Help Tommy and the gang take over a new town in the mess caused by a mob deal gone bad. It won’t be easy, but we’re here to help.
You might also be confused about other controller-related questions. There’s some guides out there to help with that. If you’re playing the San Andreas remaster, you might want to learn how to use parachutes to explore.